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Stacy is a local girl. She grew up in Clarks Summit, Lackawanna County.

She joined the WNEP news team in July, 2011 first covering central Pennsylvania. Now she is the Lackawanna County beat reporter.

Stacy comes to Newswatch 16 from WWNY-TV in Watertown, NY where she was a "one-man-band," shooting, writing, and editing her own stories. There she covered the Thousand Islands region of New York, and the 10th Mountain Division of the Army based at Fort Drum.

Stacy honed her skills at Syracuse University where she graduated magna cum laude in 2010 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. In college, she was a member of the nation's oldest and largest entirely student-run TV station, CitrusTV.

Before her TV days, Stacy was on the 50-yard line as "Miss Comet" with the Abington Heights Marching Band. She's a sports "phanatic." She likes to cheer on all the Philadelphia sports teams and her beloved Orange.

When she's not working, Stacy is a judge and coach for Odyssey of the Mind teams in NEPA. Stacy lives with her cat, Utley.

If you have a story idea, or just want to say hi, send Stacy an e-mail.

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    Food Truck Fundraiser for Trooper

    SCRANTON — Leading up to Thursday, when fallen Pennsylvania State Trooper Corporal Dickson will be laid to rest in Lackawanna County where he lived, organizations are finding ways to raise money for his memorial fund. A popular food truck from Lackawanna County will donate a portion of their lunch sales this week to Cpl. Bryon Dickson’s family. The What The Fork food truck is typically busy in downtown Scranton during the week, but Newswatch 16 found Tuesday that there were […]

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    Search Underway After Bank Robbery

    GLENBURN TOWNSHIP — A bank robbery near Clarks Summit led police on a search spanning two counties. Police believe the robbers held up the bank in Lackawanna County then may have torched their getaway car in Wyoming County. Police and firefighters in the Mill City area of Wyoming County were called to put out a burning Jeep on a vacant lot in Falls Township but they didn’t know yet where the torched SUV would lead back to. Police think the […]

  • PennDOT: Truckers Ignoring Exit Ramp Ban Could Have Deadly Consequences

    SCRANTON — The driver of a tractor trailer that crashed near the Viewmont Mall in Scranton may now face citations for a slew of violations. Wednesday’s crash in Lackawanna County is also shedding new light on the problem of truckers ignoring a truck ban and taking a ramp that they aren’t supposed to take. The interchange near the Viewmont Mall is one of the busiest sections of road in Lackawanna County. It’s where Routes 6, 11, 307, and 81 all […]

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    DUI Charges Filed In Pedestrian Death

    SCRANTON — It’s been more than a year since a man was hit by an SUV and killed following a concert on Montage Mountain in Scranton. Police say it took all that time to investigate the crash. On Thursday, the driver of the SUV turned herself in to face criminal charges. Investigators say there were no witnesses to the crash on Montage Mountain Road that killed Michael Sanders of Dunmore last August. They say that’s one of the reasons why […]


    Tunkhannock Teacher Charged With Corruption of Minors

    TUNKHANNOCK — For the second time in as many days Newswatch 16 has learned about a teacher accused of “sexting”, sending sexual text messages to underage students. Earlier this week, a teacher from Lehighton Area School District was charged. On Tuesday a teacher from Tunkhannock Area School District was accused of a similar crime and charged with corruption of minors. Students at Tunkhannock Area High School were not so surprised to hear a teacher had been accused of “sexting” a […]

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    State Prison Sentence For Deadly Crash

    TUNKHANNOCK — A man from Wyoming County was sentenced to state prison, more than three years after causing a crash that killed the two passengers in his vehicle. Robert Jesse Morris of Tunkhannock was only 19 when that crash happened in 2011 on Route 292 outside Tunkhannock. A mother and daughter who were riding with him were killed. Morris was sentenced Wednesday to up to seven years in state prison. Now 22, Morris was at the Wyoming County Courthouse in […]

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    Annual Motorcycle Ride in Honor of Fallen Soldier

    DALTON —  An event to honor a fallen soldier from Lackawanna County grows each year. Sunday morning, about 500 bikers took part in the seventh annual Sgt. Jan Argonish Ride. The ride is in honor of Sgt. Jan Argonish from Scranton who was killed while fighting in Afghanistan in 2007. Though rain threatened this year’s ride, Jan’s dad said his son made sure they rode. “And everyone was afraid it was going to rain and ‘we’re not taking the bikes […]

  • Football Game Held in Remembrance of Crash Victim

    SCRANTON — A father-son trip for ice cream turned tragic Labor Day weekend when a driver, who police believe may have been under the influence, collided with Leonard Zupon’s mustang. It happened on South Keyser Avenue in Old Forge August 30th. Zupon’s 12-year-old son, Lenny Jr., died later at the hospital. The situation has been tough for Lenny’s young friends to comprehend. “Well, it’s been a tough week emotionally for a lot of the guys. When you’re this young, it’s […]

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    Neil Pal Sentenced To Prison For Bonacci Murder

    A judge sentenced convicted murderer Neil Pal to life in prison plus 20 to 40 years for the murder of Frank Bonacci in 2013.

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    Scranton’s Little Italy On Labor Day

    SCRANTON — La Festa Italiana in Scranton, the festival honoring Italian culture and cuisine, wraps up Monday night. In case you missed it, one of the highlights of La Festa was the re-lighting of the “Electric City” sign high above Scranton’s downtown Saturday night. Crews replaced all of the bulbs in the sign with colorful LEDs. Organizers say La Festa was a rousing success once again. “We have no chairs at home. They’re all down here in Scranton. Yeah, everybody […]

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    Prosecutors Saddened By Deadly Crashes

    OLD FORGE — It has been a horrible weekend on the roads in our area. Crashes have killed nearly a dozen people. And tragically, those numbers include several children. Flowers, a teddy bear, and a baseball signed by friends left on South Keyser Avenue in Old Forge represent what has been a devastating weekend for many families in northeastern Pennsylvania. The small display was left in memory of one of the many crash victims in our area this Labor Day […]

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    Repairs Underway At Mall After “Smashing” Entrance

    SCRANTON —  Police are trying to figure out why a driver drove right into Boscov’s department store at the Mall at Steamtown Friday morning, leaving a hole in the glass, and that part of the building off limits. Scranton police say the driver was sitting at the red light on Wyoming Avenue. When it turned green he went straight then straight through the doors of Boscov’s. Crews were working most of the day shoring up the entrance. Boscov’s employees had […]


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